Nathan Collier was born in Orangeville, Illinois. He studied at the Acme School of Drawing and at the Lockwood Art School. He did cartoons for the Chicago Journal, as well as the feature 'Our Own Movies' (1920). His panel 'Little Journeys to Yesterday' alternated with 'Wouldn't It Make You Mad'. He did the comic strip 'Kelly Kids' around 1923 and cartoons for Life and Judge. In the 1930s, he made the panel 'Can It Be Done?' and the comic strip 'The Professor'.
14 Days of Holiday (from Dutch magazine De Humorist, 1938)